Equitas Health Offering Telehealth, Prescription Delivery
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To keep existing and new patients safe during the during the Coronavirus outbreak, Equitas Health will move most of its medical, psychiatry and counseling appointments to telehealth.
Patients will be able to connect with their healthcare providers via mobile device or camera-equipped computer from the safety of their homes. Patients can call their Equitas Health Medical Center to schedule or change their appointments.
Equitas Health operates two Medical Centers in Columbus, one in the King-Lincoln District at 750 E. Long St., and the other in Short North at 1033 N. High St., as well as a counseling center in Clintonville at 4400 N. High St.
The organization also operates two social enterprise pharmacies in Columbus with 100% of profits reinvested back into Equitas Health’s programs & services. The pharmacies are continuing the practice of offering free home delivery to individuals living in Ohio (with some restrictions). Individuals can call a pharmacy to schedule delivery or transfer a prescription.
During the outbreak, the Equitas Health pharmacy will also offer curbside pick-up and an express pick-up lane for patients who are 60 years and older, pregnant, or have chronic health conditions.
For more information, visit equitashealth.com.
For more information on COVID-19 in Ohio, visit coronavirus.ohio.gov or call 1-833-4-ASK-ODH.